Colvic Victor 34

Colvic was mainly a moulding company that produced hulls for completion by a range of other firms and private customers. The Victors (34 and 40) had powerful sailing hulls topped with deck saloons and easily managed ketch rigs. On the 34, the deck saloon contains a dinette and galley, and the interior steering position. Down below is a double cabin with a large heads opposite, and a double forecabin. The principal variation was to have the galley below and better navigation facilities. She sails fairly well but is a bit sticky in light airs when the engine, usually 30hp, comes into play.

LOA 10.36m (34ft), LWL 8.38m (27ft 6in), beam 3.35m (11ft), draught 1.52m (5ft), displacement
6,500kg (14,560lb). YM Test Report December 1979. Price guide: £25,000 to £35,000.